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CHS Inc. in spring will begin construction on a grain shuttle facility in southeast South Dakota.
The 1.1-million-bushel grain facility will include "industry-leading technology and the latest safety features," CHS officials said in a press release.
To be built near Interstate 29 and State Highway 44 in southeast South Dakota, the facility will tie into an existing rail loop currently used for CHS agronomy operations. BNSF Railway Co. operates the rail loop and will serve the future grain shuttle facility.
The facility will feature fast and efficient receiving and loadout capabilities to provide area farmers more access to the Pacific Northwest grain corridor and other markets, CHS officials said.
"Our continued focus is on making investments on behalf of our farmer-owners that will strengthen rural America and help meet the growing demand for agricultural products and services," said Rick Dusek, executive vice president of CHS ag retail operations.